Synopsis by Hal Erickson
This animated British series was specially designed for hearing-impaired youngsters. Despite his adult-sounding cognomen, Master Ho was a small but feisty Chinese boy. His various adventures were played out in pantomime, with occasional sign-language interludes. Created by prolific British cartoon producer Oliver Postgate and distributed by his own Smallfilms, The Journey of Master Ho was syndicated regionally in the U.K. beginning in 1958.